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When getting a degree, networking is something few students think about – especially when those students are majoring in something that doesn’t naturally lend itself to meeting other people. However, to make it in today’s world, networking is pretty important. And in the fields of art, music, film, and theater, meeting people and knowing a guy who knows a guy can mean the difference between making a living as an artist and taking part-time jobs to make ends meet. University of West Georgia alumnus and artist Michael Greene recognizes the critical importance of being able to meet and network with other artists. And with his new web-based platform, myMuse, he’s addressing this essential need for students, professors, and professionals in the art world. “[A humanities education] always has been [very compartmentalized]. It’s been that way by necessity because funding is compartmentalized. Just the nature of how students are taught has always been by sector more than anything else,” Michael said.Read More...